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Food and Beverage

Every day, all over Australia, millions of food and beverage items make their way from farms and factories, to supermarket shelves, cafes, bars and restaurants.

For many years, GS1 Australia has been working with key representatives of the food and beverage industry to develop leading initiatives to ensure the highest levels of efficiency and safety. 

Our work in Food and Beverage

We work with a wide range of organisations of all sizes to ensure best practice in the Food and Beverage industry.

Learn more: Who we work with

We work together with key industry players to improve overall food safety and quality standards in foodservice. 

Learn more: Foodservice Industry Steering Group


Supply Chain Improvement

For food ingredient and packaging suppliers

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DataBar for fresh produce

Solutions for a smarter, fresher and safer supply chain.

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New Country of Origin Food Labelling - Time to act!


Call to action

Your Foodservice trading partners and industry colleagues invite you to embrace an industry led initiative to improve supply chain efficiencies.

Learn more: download a brochure

Minimise the impact of recalls

Recalls and withdrawals are challenging for any industry but particularly for fresh, due to the short-shelf life of products and complex supply chains. Recall can help.

Learn more: download a brochure

Message Implementation Guidelines (MIGs)

Like a copy of the Foodservice, Grocery and Meat MIGs?

10 Steps to Barcode Implementation

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Improve traceability through improved pallet coding

Learn how to improve traceability through use of ECRA Guidelines for Multi Coded Pallets and the GS1 Australia service, Recall.

Download a fact sheet

Improving traceability and food safety

Learn how to improve traceability through the use of GS1 standards in the fresh produce industry.

Download a brochure

Do you have a genuine GS1 Barcode Verification Report?

If you're using, or considering using a barcode verification vendor other than GS1 Australia, think again.

Setting the record straight on GS1 Barcode Verification